In the wake of GM's heartbreaking decision to retire the Holden brand forever, there's still a glimmer of hope hidden within all of the sad news. GM may not leave the country entirely, and has confirmed that it is looking into the viability of low-volume imports under the name "GM Specialty Vehicles" - likely an extension of Walkinshaw's existing HSV operation.
But what will GMSV's menu of cars look like? It's too early to say, but there's definitely a slew of General Motors product in the USA that we think would work Down Under as well.
We've already got a big Yankee ute in the form of the Chevrolet Silverado and the Chevrolet Camaro 2SS sports coupe - both converted to RHD locally by Walkinshaw - but what else could we take from The General's vast Stateside inventory? Flip through our gallery above to find out what's at the top of our wishlist.
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